Video Shoots at Texas Transportation Museum
Over the years, TTM has hosted a number of video shoots. These have mainly been music videos for local music groups. A smaller number of television interviews have been shot at the museum, using various parts of our large site as a back drop. Some have also taken place within our antique railroad cars. In 2010 an important part of a PBS documentary on the subject of the growing olive oil industry was shot at the museum. This was to signify the importance of railroads in creating so many rural communities around 1900.
Video Shoot rates at TTM -
$50 per hour, minimum 3 hours
In order to keep background noise and other distractions to a minimum, most film makers prefer to shoot at the museum when it is closed to the public. The rate is $50.00 per hour, with a minimum of three hours. All sessions must be booked in advance. You can do this by phoning the museum during regular hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, or by e-mail by clicking:
TTM Vehicles in movies at other locations
TTM's 1929 at a movie shoot, San Antonio, 2011
Some of TTM's vehicles are available for movie shoots. Essentially the cost is $500 a day within San Antonio. Additional fees for transportation to locations outside the city will be charged depending on the distance. For more information, please click the "TTM Vehicle Rentals" link in the right hand column.